A new study reports on the importance of REM sleep for the developing brain and questions the increasing use of REM disrupting medications in children.
A new study reports on how our sense of smell has evolved. Researchers reconstruct how our long extinct ancestors would have been able to smell.
Researchers have discovered a way to stimulate the growth of corticospinal axons. The finding could potentially help with the development of new treatments for those suffering from spinal cord injuries.
A new study reports microglia accelerates damage in blinding eye disorders like retinitis pigmentosa.
Researchers discover how CPEB3 works inside neurons to maintain long-term memories.
A new study reports histones are steadily replaced in brain cells throughout life.
According to a new study, each of us has a unique 'olfactory fingerprint' which can also help with early diagnosis of certain neurodegenerative diseases.
A new study reports that, in some cases, miRNAs can increase memory, and in others, decrease memory.
Researchers have identified a thick band of microtubules within retinal neurons which help provide the energy required for visual processing.
Researchers have discovered an important mechanism which allows animals to effectively track seasonal changes.
Researchers reveal the main driver in early limb development is a global pattern of tissue stretching, not spatial changes in organ volume.
MACKS, a common protein, could help to protect the brain from age related damage.